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Nasrul Eam is a photographer and writer of the digital age. He was an award – winning web designer and worked as an art director for many years, then left to pursue a career as a photographer, photography writer, and instructor. He has a unique eye for observing nature and the lifestyle of people. Eam’s passion for photography, designing, writing, and art is remarkably absorbing and illuminating. Besides Illuminating Nature, Nasrul wrote books like The Quintessence of Photography: Understanding Composition, for developing artistic vision, and The Essence of Close-up Photography, for developing basic photography vocabulary, while teaching one to do close-up photography artistically. All of these books are remarkable guides to the field of photography.
Magnum Photos is a photographic cooperative of great diversity and distinction owned by its photographer members. With powerful individual vision, Magnum photographers chronicle the world and interpret its peoples, events, issues and personalities. The Magnum Photos library is a living archive updated daily with new work from across the globe. You may search or browse our 500,000+ images which are available online for licensing in a variety of formats.
In this film , photographer Steven van Veen shoots a semi-erotic shooting using shoe mounted flashes set up on tripods connected with wireless receivers, known a s pocket wizards. While giving us effective tips and technical aspects, van Veen points out the need to work in manual mode as opposed to TTL mode. The technique “black wrap” is a special material used around the world by camera teams to direct their lights.
Basic Lighting A good place to start. These lessons demonstrate professional lighting techniques using only basic lighting tools.
I’ve mentioned several times before that photography is one of the most natural complements to your skills as a designer. We designers are in constant need of very specific imagery and this can and does lead to hours of searching, unnecessary stock fees and ultimately the use of imagery that has a high likelihood of being found on the projects of countless other designers. Becoming a decent photographer can save you time and money and provide you with a serious competitive edge in the form of truly unique imagery that no one in the world possesses but you.
This entry is part 2 of 10 in the Exposure Session - Show All « Previous Next » You’d be surprised how much information is available through your camera’s viewfinder. In today’s tutorial, we’re looking again at one of the most important elements of photography – exposure – and how you can expose a perfect photo using just the information shown in your camera viewfinder! Republished Tutorial Every few weeks, we revisit some of our reader's favorite posts from throughout the history of the site. This tutorial was first published in June of 2010.
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As a photographer, you look great behind the camera, but what happens when the camera is pointing at you? A lot of photographers tend to freeze up, or go in for that fake, cheesy smile. But you’d be happy to know that you don’t need to be born photogenic in order to look nice in photos. Just follow these 10 simple tips to ensure that you’d always look good in front of the camera.
This is the final image I created from a single shot, processed twice. Taken with the Canon EOS-1D X, EF 24mm f/1.4L II. Exposure 15 seconds, f/1.4, ISO 800. Some exposure situations become difficult to handle in-camera without a little post processing later on. A perfect example is this shot of a desert road in Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada, that I took a week or so ago.
MCP Editing and Photography Challenges: Highlights from this Week. This week’s editing challenge photo features a darling cutie captured by Jennifer Moses. Here is the original shot: Several of members of the group have shared great edits. Here are a few of the many favorites: Edited by Amber Bullock Owens with MCP Fusion
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